nonrunner

nonrunner

(ˌnɒnˈrʌnə)
n
(Athletics (Track & Field)) a person who does not run regularly or train in the manner of an athlete or professional runner
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That makes the 7-1 nonrunner no bet with Sky Bet a no brainer as she will only be considered for the race if she is impressive this weekend and, if she is, she will be a 7-4 shot (NRNB) as I would be shocked if Laurina bypassed a Mares' Hurdle not featuring Apple's Jade.
With My Titania, which I think would have been a dangerous entry from John Oxx, now a nonrunner, it makes finding the winner a little easier.
rowan ridge might be of interest in the BetVictor Nonrunner Free Bet at Cheltenham 2014 handicap at Kempton.
Rockinante, trained by Richard Hannon, was declared a nonrunner.
There was drama shortly before the start when ante-post jolly Taqleed was declared a nonrunner after trainer John Gosden deemed the going unsuitable.
But Ms Kelly poured cold water on the idea - which would affect more than 80,000 homes, mainly in the South East - insisting it was a "nonrunner" during the current Parliament at least.
You are taking a risk because if he gets beaten out of sight he'll drift and might not even run, so it's worth taking the nonrunner no bet insurance with Sky Bet at 25-1.
I pointed out in my column last month that if a race has only a couple of serious contenders and a punter suspects one will be a nonrunner, then the Rule 4 can work in their favour.
With Rye House a late nonrunner, Ryan Moore switched to Opinion and an 8-1 win in the Duke Of Edinburgh.
"I must say I'm disappointed Dar Re Mi is a nonrunner. Now it's down to Harbinger doing his stuff and all of us seeing whose going to come out on top.
Last year's winner Allegretto will not defend her crown after being declared a nonrunner due to a slight setback.
Dawn Dais - The author reads, discusses and signs copies of "The Nonrunner's Marathon Guide for Women: Get Off Your Butt and on With Your Training," 10 a.m., Eugene Running Company, 116 Oakway Center.